Learning From Home: FamilySearch Webinars

Every minute is filled during a research trip to Salt Lake City. Add the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy to the mix, and there is much to share, but little free time to write. But how can I not mention a free learning opportunity for the genealogist, one that comes right to your home? 

FamilySearch offers free live-streamed webinars on a number of topics and geographic areas. They are live, so attendance is required when they are presented.

To find a list of classes, follow the quick links in this post, or head to the FamilySearch wiki. You will see a search by place or topic box. Type in “online webinars.” Quotes are not required. A drop-down list of geographic research teams appears. The research teams are British Isles, International and Scandinavian, Latin America, and United States/Canada. Select a team and click the link to that team’s webinar schedule. Find a class to attend, and put it on your calendar! Be sure to download the session handouts in advance. Keep in mind that times listed are Mountain Time.

Enjoy learning from home and your adventure as an Advancing Genealogist.


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